• 00:30

    Kelly Long on Culture Instigators at Rackspace

    in Social Networking

    Kelly Long on Culture Instigators at Rackspace 


    Listen to the show to learn more about:



    What makes Rackspace a great place to work?
    How do they get their employees to successfully adopt and become a part of all HR initiatives?
    Maintaining a winning workplace gets harder as the company gets bigger and expand globally. How do they build, nurture and maintain a sustainable company culture?
    How do they track employee satisfaction?
    How did they kick off their HR analytics and strategies and how did they get their leaders to buy in?
    What are some cool tools that they use?
    What HR metrics do they use to measure the culture of the organization?


    DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals.  Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time.  The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @thehrbuddy, @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at  @drivethruhr and #dthr.


    http://www.facebook.com/drivethruhr


     

  • 00:28

    Jesus~Urban Culture Experience

    in Poetry

    Jesus is reaching the highways and byways with salvation in His name!  Amen!

  • 02:03

    A Black Man Living, Working & Teaching in China

    in Culture

    Listener Call In # (347) 857-4514


    Global Peeks talks with Abdul Halim Muhammad who currently live & works in the People's Republic of China. For the past 2 1/2 years he has been teaching Business English classes on the university level to Freshman and Sophomore students.


    Brother Abdul Halim Muhammad, known to most people as James L. Muhammad, has been a Student follower of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan for 36 years. He has been blessed to serve Black people in America and throughout the world in many different capacities.
     
    From 1991 to 1996 Bro. Halim served as the Assistant Minister to Minister A. Akbar Muhammad, the International Representative of Minister Farrakhan & the Nation of Islam. In that capacity he was involved in the first international convention of the NOI, held in Accra, Ghana in October 1994. Assisting Brother Akbar he was privileged to travel throughout the continent of Africa.
     
    Amongst other duties, Bro. Halim also served as the East Coast Regional Secretary of Muhammad Mosque No.7 under the leadership at that time of Brother Benjamin Chavis.
     
    Living & working in China has given him an opportunity to study the people, its culture, and potential business opportunities.


    "Think Globally, Act Locally"—Abdul Halim Muhammad


    For Mr. Muhammad’s writings & Blog visit: www.africanroutes.wordpress.com
    Support Muhammad Economic Blue Print @ http://www.economicblueprint.org/
    More Info. from The Hereafter is Now Network @ http://thehereafterisnownetwork.ning.com/


     

  • 00:30

    --Wagatwe Wanjuki Black HERStory Activism Feature

    in Women

    Wombanist Views is delighted to feature Wagatwe Wanjuki, a feminist and activist, and outspoken rape survivor who works tirelessly to raise awareness and facilitate discussions about sexual violence, as well as gender and social justice issues.


     


    She joins us on Wombanist Views to speak about these issues, as well as the lingering stigmatization and blaming of victims sexual assault, the epidemic of rape on college campuses, as well as universities unwillingness to properly investigate these assaults, and more.


     


    Wombanist Views, created, produced, and co-hosted by Cherise Charleswell, is dedicated to broadcasting the voices of women who are doing positive and exciting things in their communities around-the-globe.

  • 01:03

    Ending Homelessness

    in Politics Progressive

    Kim Aiken (Cockerham) won the title of Miss Columbia in 1993 which led her to the crown of Miss South Carolina.  At 18 years old she won the coveted title of Miss America making her only the second Miss South Carolina to win the national title.


    Kim’s platform during her reign was her HERO Program for the homeless.  Her year of service as Miss America helped generate public awareness about homelessness and brought a better public understanding of this significant social dilemma. Kim has made numerous television appearances and was recognized in People Magazine as one of the "Fifty Most Beautiful People in the World". She has received numerous keys to cities for her humanitarian efforts.  In addition she was also awarded “The Order of the Palmetto” which is the highest honor to be given to any South Carolinian.


    After graduating from New York University, Kim pursued a career in public accounting with Ernst & Young LLP, one of the Big Four accounting firms. Today, she is a community volunteer and entrepreneur, and motivational speaker. A professional speaker for nearly twenty years, she entertains and inspires audiences with her programs, using her varied experiences and sharing stories of overcoming obstacles, such as brain surgery.


    Kim is the daughter of Valerie and Charles Aiken of Columbia, South Carolina.  She is married and loves being mom to her two beautiful children.

  • 01:09

    The Seed/SIX of Life (P20) + Beginning An Ultimate Tool (P21)

    in Spirituality

    It’s funny how things change with time: if I were granted a wish today, I would ask for the Power to choose Peace, as Peace ultimately is everything I want. Think of it…  You may think that unlimited wealth would be what to wish for, but then, upon inquiring on why you would want wealth, you’ll eventually realize that lots of money would take the worry away, and give you… Peace of mind! As New Essenes, we found that it is the same with any desire: in the end, and whether we know it or not, Peace of mind is the only thing we want!


    Our last show focused on such simplicity, unfolding the XPR saying: “when I am not at peace, there is something I do not understand,” and continuing with the two keys that we have received to reach Peace, a.k.a. enlightenment: inquiry and surrender. These two work as a pair: when I have no more questions, that is, when my inquiry is fulfilled, I naturally move into surrender! If inquiry is key to surrender, then where do we find an inquiry that is ultimate, as a theory of everything would be? It would have to originate from nature, be in existence before the beginning of time, and be conveyed in a universal language, so that all stories, mythologies and culture could center into One Love… Although all that which glitters is not always gold, the XPR stairway to heaven does start in a pattern that originates in nature, that is among the oldest known symbols, and is conveyed universally as it has been found in sacred places, on the five continents.


    Known as the Seed Of Life, that sacred motif has been praised throughout history by philosophers, scientists, architects and artists for its faultless symmetry. As it happens, the first chapter of Genesis is formed after the Seed of Life, so much so that the Seed is also called “the Genesis Pattern!” And it makes me wonder: what if the Hebrew of the Torah was seeding in a technology to end suffering? One, LOVE

  • 00:29

    How to Recognize a Healthy Relationship from a Bad Relationship

    in Motivation

    Exploring the hot and juicy topic of love and relationships as well as advice on recognizing the signs of a healthy relationship. Mechi Renee will be talking about what a healthy relationship looks like, what it sounds like, and how it should feel. As a result, you will be able to discern the distinct differences between a healthy relationship from a bad relationship.  Meanwhile, Mechi is going to empower you with knowledge and unapologetic advice.


    For more advice and inspiration visit our website: www.mechirenee.com


    Ask a Question: askmechishow@gmail.com


    Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/mechireneecoaching


    Tweet us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/mechirenee using the hashtag #askmechi or #askmechishow

  • 01:31

    sIgNoThEtImEs w QueenTahiyrah THINK ABOUT IT THURSDAY.... What's on YOUR mind?

    in Motivation

    sIgNoThEtImEs w QueenTahiyrah THINK ABOUT IT THURSDAY.... What's on YOUR mind? Call in and tell us about it... What do you think about the broadcasting on Sign o the Times? Are you interested in starting your own show? We have room for you on Nu Power Radio Network. Hit us up! signothetimes19@gmail.com or call 513-365-4764. We are also on Facebook: Sign o the Times, the United African Coalition for Justice & Human Rights, Manhood Race & Culture and Queen Tahiyrah. See you on the airwaves!! 917-889-8059 to listen and call in!! 

  • 01:30

    The Adolescent Black Male's struggle for Identity and Power

    in Spirituality

    Host by Tribes of Aboriginal Nations. We will be discussing the psychosocial stages theory created by Erik Eriksonan an ego psychologist and the role of culture and society and the conflicts that can take place within the ego itself. Erik Eriksonan proposed a lifespan model of development, taking in five stages up to the age of 18 years and three further stages beyond, well into adulthood. Erikson suggests that there is still plenty of room for continued growth and development throughout one’s life, but put a great deal of emphasis on the adolescent period, feeling it was a crucial stage for developing a person’s identity.


    We will take this journey down memory lane together taking a deep look at these development stage, where we are coming up short throught the five stages leading up to the adolescent stage where in which we will aim a mojority of our focus. Our hopes is that we can bring some empowerment that will encourage us to re-examine the way we talk, walk, think and raise ourselves as said black men!


    Special Guess: 


    Dr. Melinda Burdell

  • 02:11

    The Natural Mentoring Experience

    in Self Help

    Culture-Based Mentoring, Making The Most Of Our Black Adults and Children.


    Fantastic shows this past week and I can't wait for tomorrow nights show with Professor Carl "Tone" Jones; From The Front Porch, 6pm/est, and also, Brother Al Triq's new show on Saturday, 5:30pm/est; True Dialogue.   Last night DC show moderator: Brother Maurice Muhammad's; Who Did That To You-Round Table Discussion, featuring host Dr. James Jones III, Ohio, 6pm/est, was a dazzling show!  With the main topic about our honored Great Elder Leader Brother Malcolm X.  To listen in on past shows if you missed them, go to www.blogtalkradio.com/mauricemuhammad, With THE INITIATIVE RADIO NETWORK Caption, select archive or type that in the search field.  From our esteemed Sis Shaunes Richardson expressing concerns with her, State Of the Black Parent, drawing on her well of knowledge & reseach & experience, to Sister Misty C, a.k.a. Golden Panther's Tuesday night show, Breaking Every Chain; featured guest Erika, a.k.a. Kyd Kane citing her exciting black poetry. Also, special guests, our children:  Lil Ms. Freedom, young sister Ms. Madi, young brother Jabar, and his sister, young sister Darsan, young sister Jamilla and young brother Tyler, ages ranging from 6-16, sharing their insights about what's happening in their world of youth. Sister Misty has planned a Part 2, next Tuesday on her Breaking Every Chain show, 6pm/cst.  It will be a children friendly show so parents, tune in with your children. Tonights show is to remind us that it is natural to mentor each other, join us call in 6pm/est @ 1-914-803-4571.

  • 00:29

    The Hiphop Educator Larry “LAK” Henderson stops by Good Deeds w/Dr. Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    Larry “LAK” Henderson, The Hiphop Educator, is the founder of Smart Music


    Entertainment, and the creator of a new sound of educational Hiphop music that 


    uniquely inspires people of all ages. His album, Lesson One: Hip-Hop & Education, has 


    hit Amazon bestseller lists (#1 in Hot New Releases and #8 in Educational Music), and 


    has received airplay on major radio stations around the world, due to his combination of 


    deep insights and authentic Hiphop sound. 


    Lak travels the country sharing his educational Hiphop soul music, offering “lessons” on


    topics that are rarely discussed, including current events, history, empowerment, 


    political science, money management, and more. CBS calls Lesson One “creative, 


    innovative, and informative.” Dominion of New York Magazine says, “Most people who 


    use Hiphop to educate do so badly. Lak does it so well.”


    Lak is a youth activist, social critic, history and religion intellectual, and an innovative 


    education advocate. He is a Hiphop ambassador, and a noted speaker on the impact of 


    Hiphop culture. He holds degrees in Africana Studies, Communications, and Labor 


    Studies from Rutgers University, and studied studio engineering at the Institute for 


    Audio Research.

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